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Punk-O-Rama Vol. 8

Epitaph / Ada 86673.2

Released on May 20, 2003


The thrilling eighth installment in Epitaph's ever-popular Punk-O-Rama series serving up the latest from the label's champion stable of studs. This time 'round you get a double-disc shot featuring previously unreleased tracks from BOUNCING SOULS, BAD RELIGION (two!), PENNYWISE, DROPKICK MURPHYS, MILLENCOLIN, and ERROR, along with cuts from hip hoppers ATMOSPHERE and SAGE FRANCIS, and other goodness from DISTILLERS, RANCID, HOT WATER MUSIC, NOFX, F-MINUS, IKARA COLT, RANDY, BLACK KEYS, US BOMBS, RAISED FIST, TURBONEGRO, REFUSED, DEATH BY STEREO, and more.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 19 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Distillers -I Am A Revenant Voted #3  9%
2 Motion City Soundtrack -Don't Call It A Comeback  3%
3 Hot Water Music -Trusty Chords  2%
4 Rancid -As Wicked  6%
5 Bouncing Souls -New Day  4%
6 Matchbook Romance -Greatest Fall (Of All Time)  4%
7 NOFX -Idiots Are Taking Over Voted #1  10%
8 Bad Religion -Who We Are  6%
9 Division Of Laura Lee -Trapped In  1%
10 Ikara Colt -Sink Venice  1%
11 F-Minus -Sweating Blood  3%
12 Sage Francis -Makeshift Patriot  3%
13 International Noise Conspiracy -A New Morning, Changing Weather  1%
14 Randy -Welfare Problems  1%
15 Black Keys -Thickfreakness  1%
16 Death By Stereo -Unstoppable  2%
17 Refused -Coup D'Etat  1%
18 Pennywise -Holiday In The Sun  5%
19 Dropkick Murphys -Gonna Be A Blackout Tonight  5%
20 Transplants -Quick Death  2%
21 Atmosphere -Bird Sings Why The Caged I Know  2%
22 Turbonegro -Train Of Flesh  1%
23 Tiger Army -Incorporeal  5%
24 Millencolin -Bowmore  4%
25 Pulley -Ocean Song  1%
26 Guttermouth -Contribution  1%
27 Bombshell Rocks -Warpath  1%
28 Raised Fist -Get This Right!  2%
29 No Fun At All -Lose Another Friend  1%
30 US Bombs -Roll Around  2%
31 Bad Religion -Shattered Faith Voted #2  9%
32 Error -Quick Death (Transplants) Error Remix  1%
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I.m.m. from Tilburg, Netherlands 
Sep 20 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Well, the cd is okay, there are great bands and songs on it, but not enough to make it to the must-buy compilations list, like Punk-o-rama 7 or 9.

Though this compilation I learned that The Distillers make great music. And the Bad Religion songs are great (as always).

If you can live without these $6, buy it, if you want to have a really good compilation, buy another Punk-o-rama cd or surprise yourself with an Honest Don compilation.


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Matthew from Jersey Shore, PA 
Jun 12 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I thought this was pretty good. A couple songs I really couldn't stand, but at least there is 2 discs so you get more to listen too. The two unreleased Bad Religion songs were excellent! Other highlights were Tiger Army, The Distillers, NoFx, Transplants, Death By Stereo, Hot Water Music, Refused, and Dropkick Murphys, but I think you can get most of those bands songs (as well as most of the other bands songs) already on each bands albums. I would have liked some more unreleased & rare tracks.

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Ginny from Burlington, NJ 
Apr 1 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a great cd tons of mixed up bands in there everything from pennywise to fists up the first cd is less hardcore then the second. im glad i bought cd. it def wasnt a pop punk album but i think thers alot of better compilations.... :)

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Naomi from Sharjah, United Arab Emi 
Feb 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is one of my favourite punk-o-ramas, especially the second disk, has some random not punk tracks like no.6 by Atmosphere- bird sings why the cage i knows. the death by stereo song is real great as well. basically this volume has a bit more variety than the other punk-o-ramas and way more songs to and what is it like $6.00 just get it

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Chris from Merrick, NY 
Feb 11 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

OKAY. not as good as the other ones. it seems more metal and emo and pop. no more punk left besides nofx, rancid, bad religion, pennywise, and dropkick. if you're a true fan of these bands or a collector of the series then get it. otherwise, just buy somethin else. im brian, not chris

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Jessica from Evansville, MN 
Nov 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd has some awesome songs but it has some pretty bad ones too. All in all it's totally worth the $6. The best songs are the ones by Bad Religion and Millencolin. But it also has some crappy rap songs. I dont know what thats about but there are only a few. Definately buy this album for the good bands but listen to it for some of the new stuff on it too.

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Lawrence from Wellington, OH 
Nov 8 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

great previews to some great albumns, get this if you dont know many of the bands so you can get a listen and decide if you want to go out and buy their records, pretty good compilation.

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Matt from Burlington, VT 
Oct 21 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

piece-o-shit. the only good POR out there are 6,3 and 4. all else is horrible. im really losin faith in comps. just another tool to make money now.

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Jordan from Apo, AP 
Aug 16 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Remember when the Punk-O-Rama Cd's were good? Me niether...OK Im kidding. But since about Volume Four I havent been impressed. The best songs on the CD are from the bands I whose CD's I already owned(i.e. Rancid, HWM, NOFX, and The Transplants). If your like me and looking for cool new bands...Epitaph doesnt have em.

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Brian from Sunland, CA 
Aug 11 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is ok, ive had it for a while now and it had a couple songs i liked, mainly from bands who have been around for a while like rancid and bad religion but there was one song that made me mad cause this is supposed to be Punk O Rama but track 12 was some piece of shit song that sounded like rap, like it wasnt punk or even rock at all. I dont know how a song like that gets on a punk o rama but the newer punk o ramas that come out arent as good as the older ones

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